Going Out

The skyline of Yokohama, Japan.

When it comes to family vacations, the paths not typically taken can lead to the most interesting and fulfilling excursions.

Even those who don’t normally wear jerseys on game days understand the importance of Super Bowl Sunday—if only to watch multi-million-dollar commercials, the halftime show and eat some fried food. But this year is different. It’s in our town. While most of us can’t afford tickets to U.S.

Like many of the restaurants on Eat Street in Minneapolis and in the City South area, the Black Forest Inn began with a couple of immigrants.

Marmot Angel Fire sleeping bag and Wallaroo water-friendly sun hat (from Hoigaard’s); Briggs & Riley rolling bag (with expandable feature) and Paw Patrol scootie (from Luggage World); and books that can be found at Half Price Books.

With gourmet appetizers, handcrafted cocktails and a wide array of games, Punch Bowl Social has gained a name for itself across the country as an “eatertainment” hub.

During World War II, the Nazis sent more than 15,000 children to Terezin, a concentration camp on the outskirts of Prague. Fewer than a hundred survived.

Finding fun ways to stay healthy and warm in the middle of a Minnesota winter can be a challenge. But St.

The light display was first initiated by the city’s former director of parks and recreation Kris Gears in the late 1980s. Retired parks superintendent Gene Gustafson was working when the lights first turned on.

The Best Friends Animal Society talks the talk and walks the walk. Well, walks the dog, that is. Best Friends hosts Strut Your Mutt annually in 14 cities around the country, including St. Louis Park.

The Groves Academy Gala took place on April 9 at the Marriott City Center. The annual event raised $555,000 for student scholarships.

Although this is only the second annual Summer Wine Fest and Market for the Minnesota Grape Growers Association (MGGA), the organization has been promoting Minnesota’s grape and wine industry since 1976.